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Story Posted on 04-03-2016


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Arun Jaitley, Union Budget 2016, Economy

India’s three-tiered economy needs bottoms-up approach

Were the architects of the trickledown theory to visit today’s India, they would probably advocate a ‘trickle-up theory’.


 |  Below The Belt  |  7-minute read
Gay marriage, Homosexuality, Lesbian

Heartwarming story of a married Indian lesbian couple

'One night, after dinner, I made my dad sit with me and told him I like females and have chosen one for myself.'


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Films, NFAI, PK Nair

PK Nair gave Indian cinema a timeless reel

The founding director of National Film Archive of India dedicated a life to curating films.


 |  The Other  |  2-minute read
Rohith Vemula, Narendra Modi, StandWithJNU, Kanhaiya Kumar

Kanhaiya is more than a brilliant speech, a hashtag, a viral video

The onus is on all of us to prove the student leader wrong that we Indians forget easily. And remember what he stands for.


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Jimmy Fallon, Oscars 2016, Priyanka Chopra

Just how amazing and beautiful is Priyanka Chopra?

The former Miss World appeared at the chicken-eating contest on Jimmy Fallon's show on March 3, winning hands down.


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RSS, JNU, Kanhaiya Kumar, Azadi

Kanhaiya Kumar's idea of 'azadi' for those who talk of nationalism

Dear politicians, don't offer us your head on a platter or sell us stories of national glory, just give us our freedoms or get out of way.


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Lok Sabha, Rahul Gandhi, Narendra Modi, Parliament

Shame on Modi for turning Parliament into a circus

PM forgot that the occasion was not fit for a riposte to Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi's speech.


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JNU, Sedition, Kanhaiya Kumar

How 'anti-national' Kanhaiya made me believe in the idea of India

So many joined his call for 'azadi, azadi!' because the man made all the weary, cynical people feel young and hopeful again.


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FTII, Rohith Vemula, JNU, IIMC

Why I'm quitting IIMC: Prof 'targeted' for support to Rohith, JNU

This is part of a larger witch-hunt against intellectual freedom, academic autonomy and professional excellence.


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Intolerance, Xi Jinping, Media

Can India dare to question the rise of intolerance in China?

What is worse is that the party diktats are spreading to Hong Kong, jeopardising the model of governance.